Chris Pratt Deputizes Young ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ as Part of His Charity Campaign

     May 5, 2016


Chris Pratt seems like a nice guy. In fact, he seems like the kind of guy who would remember his small hometown even after he became world-famous, and then would use that fame in order to provide for the youth still living there. That’s exactly what Pratt aims to do with his chosen charity, the Lake Stevens Boys & Girls Club. The best part is that you can get in on the fun by donating to the organization through Omaze and earn yourself a chance to win a visit to the set of James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, have lunch with Pratt, and hang out with him all day!

A new video, in which Pratt video-calls in from the set of the movie’s spaceship Milano, features the GotGV2 lead surprising a group of creative and precocious kids who just put the finishing touches on a spaceship of their own. Perhaps the best moment of all comes when the kids discover that their spaceship has the dreaded little red button. What happens next is just delightful.

Check out Pratt’s surprise call to his young Deputy Guardians of the Galaxy in this new video from Omaze:

Inspired by Chris Pratt’s Omaze campaign, the kids of the Lake Stevens Boys & Girls Club came together to build a rocket ship. Little do they know that Star-Lord himself plans on intercepting their transmission. Help Chris and the kids build a teen center right here:


All donations of $10 or more benefit the Lake Stevens Boys & Girls Club, a nonprofit dedicated to inspiring and enabling all young people to realize their full potential as productive, responsible, and caring citizens.

For more of our coverage on all things Guardians of the Galaxy, be sure to take a look at some of our recent stories below:


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